The $1 billion Oceanwide Plaza is making its mark as the largest mixed-use development in the history of downtown LA with three never-before-seen offerings.
Oceanwide Plaza recently announced plans to debut the first-ever Park Hyatt branded residences for the West Coast. The new development will offer 164 luxury half-floor and duplex residences and penthouses. Owners will have access to a private amenity floor with ultra-luxury amenities including 24-hour concierge, resort-style cantilevered pool, fitness facilities and more.
The Park Hyatt residences will accompany 504 additional luxury condominiums known at The Residences at Oceanwide Plaza. Last year Oceanwide Plaza announced it will introduce Los Angeles to the first-ever, five-star Park Hyatt hotel — the only Park Hyatt hotel on the Western United States with 184 rooms and 34 suites.
Development is on track for Oceanwide Plaza’s 100-foot high, 2-acre sky-park, never-before-seen in Los Angeles. This urban oasis will feature two dog parks, a basketball court, dozens of fully grown trees, a basketball court, running track, and more.
Development is on track for Oceanwide’s giant 700-foot LED screen, the largest in the United States and the third largest in the entire world.
The building is set to open in 2019, with sales launching early 2018.
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